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Reverse doesn't work

My 93 camry 4cyl auto reverse will hardly work, seems to shift ok in other gears, what could this be? the car only has 63000 miles on it, is it a cheap fix??

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Worn clutch plates. Reverse & first gear uses the same clutches so how is 1st gear running out as you drive off? Slips a little?

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I had two of these birds in my bay about a year ago. Same exact problem as yours.Did exactly what you did.... Pissed me off I started pressure tesing circuits. Pressure was low on 3rd and reverse. Checked out the Transmission range sensor (TR) aka manual shift valve.
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